Clean Up the World (CUW)
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1993, with the support of E-XE4161 - UNEP, after 'Clean Up Australia' Days had been organized since 1990. Registered in accordance with Australian law.
Focus international attention on the problems of rubbish and waste affecting the state of the world's environment; bring together citizens from all over the world in a simple activity that will positively assist their local environments; share with all nations and cultures the information and practical experience developed by clean-up organizations; create an international media focus for clean-up activities, thus raising awareness of governments, industries and communities about local environmental issues, particularly waste minimization, recycling and waste management.
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Headquarters based in Sydney (Australia).
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